Monday, January 6, 2020

Prayer Before A Meeting (English)

Loving Heavenly Father,

We come to you this hour asking for your blessing and help as we are gathered together.

We pray for guidance in the matters at hand and ask that you would clearly show us how to conduct our work with a spirit of joy and enthusiasm.

Give us the desire to find ways to excel in our work. 

Help us to work together and encourage
each other to excellence.

We ask that we would challenge each other to reach higher and farther to be the best we can be.

We ask this in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.


Almighty Father, we praise and thank you for this day. You have given us another opportunity to appreciate life and to fulfill our mission as Your instruments of peace and progress. 

Please pardon us for our shortcomings. Help us to amend our impieties, may we learn to pattern our lives through Your Sons example.

Father, bless all our endeavors, especially today's meeting. Guide us in our discussions. Enlighten our minds in every decision that we make. Give us Your grace that we may effectively do our parts as public servants. 

Bless our plans, programs and projects, so that we may achieve our objectives, for Your greater glory.

All these we ask in Jesus name. 



Monday, January 7, 2019

LOOK: What Every Broken-Hearted Should Learn From Serge Osmeña

Watch the video and take it from him. Just so deep.

See ... It's more than just PIZZA.

So girls remember straight from Serge Osmeña “ the only acceptable LOVE TRIANGLE” is a slice of pizza!

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Send Or Share This To Your Friends Whom You Think Need This Most

Here's some thoughts from Jonathan Yabut - The Apprentice Asia Winner 

Work or personal life, can never be seen in rose-colored glasses everyday. There will always be tough days when things seem to crumble hopelessly. Don't be a victim of making life-changing decisions (what course should I take in university? Should I quit my job now? Should I shout at him? Should I buy this even if I have so much debt now?) that you will regret during these times. These are the worst times to make those decisions. These are the times when you are vulnerable, irrational, and impulsive. You are likely missing some logic too.

This is the same reason why I defer my SMS or e-mail to people when I get frustrated at them. I count 1-10 and think again. I read my message again a few hours later (or I sleep through it and check the next day) and see if that message was really ME, or someone who was just driven by anger. I calm down and let my rational, quiet self take the driver's seat.

They say that emotional maturity could be the very thin line that sets apart two equally competent workers. One is self-aware, and is able to control himself. Ther other is not. And we all know by now that guys who get promoted at work aren't just promoted based on skills---it's based on how people PERCEIVE them when it times of disasters and problems. It's based on when they're able to step up to the plate without panicking or surrendering easily. They are able to calm down, relax, and think properly without making hasty decisions. They don't base a permanent decision on a temporary emotion.

Here's to wishing we all improve our emotional maturity at work this 2019! :)

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Time To Mend The 'Broken Pieces'

For 2019, a lesson:

I was at the grocery store this morning and heard a loud crash and something shattering. Being nosy, I walked towards the sound and saw some people whispering and looking back to the end of the next aisle. 

When I walked down that aisle, I saw an older lady had hit a shelf containing dishes with her cart and many had fallen to the ground and broke. She was kneeling on the floor embarrassed, frantically picking up the shattered pieces, while her husband was peeling off the bar code from each broken dish saying “Now we will have to pay for all this!”

I felt so bad for her, and everyone was just standing there staring at her!! I went and knelt beside her and told her not to worry and started helping her pick up the broken pieces. After about a minute, the store manager came and knelt beside us and said, “Leave it, we will clean this up. Let’s get your information so you can go to the hospital and have that cut on your hand looked at.”

The lady, totally embarrassed said, “I need to pay for all this first.” The manager smiled, helped her to her feet and said, “No ma’am, we have insurance for this, you do not have to pay anything!”


For you who have read this so far, I would like you to give me a minute. Wherever you are, close your eyes, and imagine God doing the same for you!

Collect the pieces of your broken heart from all the blows life has thrown at you. God will heal all your wounds, and I assure you that your sins and mistakes will be forgiven. 

You see, we all have the same insurance, and it’s called Grace. When you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior and ask for forgiveness, the Manager of the universe, GOD, will say to you “Everything has already been paid for, now go on your way, all is forgiven!”

Credit: Ira V. Panganiban 

Friday, October 12, 2018

QCinema2018: Hintayan Ng Langit - A Must-See Movie

Have you seen the trailers? Lots of good movies we all shouldn't miss and I think we all need more films like this. What do you think? Share your thoughts by hitting the comment section below.

#QCinema2018  celebrates 100 years of Philippine Cinema.

See you from October 21 - 30, 2018 at Gateway Mall (Cineplex 10); Robinsons Galleria (Robinsons Movieworld); and Ayala Malls Cinema in Trinoma and U.P. Town Center!  Over 40 films will be showcased, ranging from award-winning films to fresh stories.

QCinema Circle Competition and DocQC grantees will also have its screenings from October 24 - 30 at SM City North Edsa; SM Megamall; SM Manila; and SM Mall of Asia.

For more information, visit